Curriculum provider Great Minds is appealing a federal court ruling that dismissed its lawsuit accusing FedEx of improperly copying “open” educational resources at the behest of schools.
A White House spokesperson said the Trump administration supports the Republican FCC chair’s effort to scale back “net neutrality” policies approved by his Obama-era predecessor.
Analyzing spending at the school level is a goal of the Every Student Succeeds Act, but comparing schools in a meaningful way is likely to require an investment in technology and training.
The ed-tech startup PeopleGrove has raised $1.8 million in seed funding through a round led by Reach Capital, with participation from Bisk Ventures, GSV, and others.
School leaders and finance officers need to speak up about the budgeting issues that cause educational inequities, one former finance chief says.
California’s budget for next year boosts funding for early childhood education and gives districts considerable flexibility in spending decisions.
BYJU’s, a test-prep company based in India that is backed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s education organization, has acquired online tutoring brands TutorVista and Edurite from Pearson.
Many prominent tech companies are urging their users to oppose FCC efforts to weaken “net neutrality” protections.
An analysis by CB Insights highlights up-and-coming ed-tech companies based in the U.S., as well as Britain, Spain, India, and Hong Kong.
Teachers who take online PD are more likely to become “self-directed” users of tech-based professional learning, a survey by Project Tomorrow suggests.